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"Look Homeward, Argonian": Linda Danvers emerges from an airplane into what should be Santa Augusta, Florida, but what appears to be Argo City. The scene shifts back to normal, but Supergirl later heads



Appearing in "Look Homeward, Argonian"

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Synopsis for "Look Homeward, Argonian"

Linda Danvers emerges from an airplane into what should be Santa Augusta, Florida, but what appears to be Argo City. The scene shifts back to normal, but Supergirl later heads for space, sees what appears to be Argo City orbiting a yellow sun, and speaks to its inhabitants, who are intangible but who can communicate with her. They tell her that the radiation from Zor-El's Survival Zone had a delayed effect on the people of Argo City, making them immaterial, and that a device created by Zor-El, a "density-intensifier", could restore them to normal. When Supergirl mentions that the device was concealed as a table lamp in their old house in Argo City, the "Argonians" fade from view. Argo City is really still in orbit around Krypton's red sun. She uses her telescopic vision and super-hearing to see Universo, who has recovered what he thinks is the density-altering device and is heading with it to the 30th Century to use it on his foes, the Legion of Super-Heroes. Supergirl follows and easily defeats him, since the device she led him to believe was the density-intensifier was nothing more than a table lamp. She tells Universo that there was no way the people of Argo City would have known about Zor-El's device, since only she and her parents knew it existed. Universo is placed in custody, and, after exchanging a few words with Brainiac 5, Supergirl returns to her own time-era.

Appearing in "The Turnabout Powers"

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Appearing in "Too Good to Be True"

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Synopsis for "Too Good to Be True"

Oliver Queen visits Metropolis at the behest of Morgan Edge, who wants him to join the WGBS news team, but he has secretly been dosed with truth serum, and is on the verge of blurting out Superman’s secret identity.

Appearing in "The Expose' Expose'"

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When a non-reporter gets a press award for an article on toxic waste dumping she was not capable of writing, Lois Lane investigates to get the goods on the real polluters.

Appearing in "Death and Taxes"

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Synopsis for "Death and Taxes"

Jimmy Olsen becomes the prime suspect in the case of a murdered tax collector, and has to track down the real killer.

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